- These are the most liberty-critical hearings for the week
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Of the 0 hearings in the House, we are recommending support of 0 and opposition of 0 with 0 being of interest.
Of the 27 hearings in the Senate, we are recommending support of 7 and opposition of 7 with 1 being of interest.
|Oppose||HB467||relative to public playground accessibility.||Commerce||Tue 3/21||9:15 AM||SH Room 100||This bill requires public playgrounds in use on or after January 1, 2024 to have solid rubber or rubber composite surfacing for accessibility to the playground and each piece of equipment.|
|Support||HB477||to prohibit municipal inspections of owner-occupied units of multi-unit housing.||Commerce||Tue 3/21||9:45 AM||SH Room 100||This bill prohibits municipal inspections of owner-occupied units within residential structures of 4 units or less.|
|Support||HB117||relative to the termination of tenancy at the expiration of the tenancy or lease term.||Commerce||Tue 3/21||10:00 AM||SH Room 100||This bill adds the expiration of the term of the lease or tenancy if over 6 months as grounds for an eviction.|
|Support||HB466||relative to water bottle filling stations in schools.||Education||Tue 3/21||9:15 AM||LOB Room 101||This bill repeals the state board of education’s rulemaking authority to adopt rules pursuant to RSA 541-A relative to requirements for the installation of water bottle filling stations.|
|Of Interest||HB83||relative to county commissioners’ authority on county buildings.||Election Law and Municipal Affairs||Tue 3/21||9:35 AM||LOB Room 103||This bill increases the expense thresholds for county commissioners’ authority to purchase real estate and repair, enlarge, or erect county buildings.|
|Support||HB252||(New Title) exempting certain agricultural operations from certain municipal noise ordinances.||Energy and Natural Resources||Tue 3/21||9:30 AM||SH Room 103||This bill exempts farming and agricultural operations from municipal noise ordinances.|
|Support||HB188||relative to the duration of physical therapy.||Health and Human Services||Wed 3/22||9:15 AM||LOB Room 101||This bill removes the requirement that a physical therapist refer a patient to a health care provider if there is no documented improvement after 25 days of treatment.|
|Support||HB223||relative to prescription refills.||Health and Human Services||Wed 3/22||9:30 AM||LOB Room 101||This bill creates an exception to the 34-day limit on prescription refills of schedule III topical androgens if the prescription specifies it is being used for the treatment of chronic low testosterone replacement therapy.|
|Support||HB500||relative to prescribing opioids via telehealth medicine.||Health and Human Services||Wed 3/22||9:45 AM||LOB Room 101||This bill modifies the procedure for physicians, physician assistants and APRN’s to prescribe certain non-opioid and opioid controlled drugs by means of telemedicine.|